Friday, June 13, 2008

He who promised is faithful

This is a card I made last night for a guest speaker at our church this weekend
supplies I've used are Kaisercraft Printed Paper,
Collections Chipboard Bird - available from TSQ
and versafine ink-vintagesepia
Have a Lovely Weekend Everyone :)

9 comments:

KardKrazy said...

Great card -- one of my favorite verses, too!

Kimberly White said...

AMEN! And the card is a beauty!
Glad you are able to do some crafting !
Hugs! Kim

hiddenart said...

This card is beautiful. Wow! Love it.
amanda

Lesli said...

It's an absolutely beautiful card!!!

Night Owl Designs said...

Great card Gillian, love the shape and the birdie :-)

Kathy said...

Beautiful work Gill. Your stitching is amazing!

Hazel said...

I love this, Gillian - it's so good to see you able to spend a little time crafting. You and the family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Voice On The Wind said...

I only found the TSQ site a day or 2 ago and received a newsletter this morning...so I thought I'd have a look. And I must tell you, your card with the Scripture literally made my heart jump for joy! It also spoke into my situation right now. My 2 year old, Caleb, is exceptionally ill and there is nothing we can do but wait on the Lord. It is only a fever and tonsillitis but it has been going on for 5 days now and it looks as though there is no end in sight. (doesnt help that I am sick too) But things are not always as they seem!
I just wanted to encourage you and thank you so much for displaying your work. Keep it up! You never know whose life you may be speaking into at any moment.
Jesus used this opportunity to let me know that He is here with me in the midst of everything. I have been comforted.
Also, you and the other designers have shown me how to utilize such quirky materials. I am inspired!
Thank you so much.
May the Lord bless you and keep you.
Joan Young.

Helena E. said...

That's such an amazing card! I'm such a sucker for swallow imagery. The colors are very attractive as well, and the cutout words give it a very homemade touch. (Was the speaker male? Because I've always found it hard making things for men, since they tend to shy away from crafty stuff. This color combo would be perfect for guys, though, since it's so understated.) Beautiful work! :)